Archive for Month: September 2017

  • POLICE: Public Access Consultation

    MESSAGE from the Ealing Common Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT): Dear Ealing Community, My name is Chief Inspector Kandohla, I am writing to you today regarding a very important consultation that is taking place on the 14th September 2017 and I would very much like you to take part by providing your views. Every London Borough…

  • Have you visited the #EalingBEAT?

      Cllr Roz Reece met with Chair of Ealing Art Trail, Kitty Hartnell, at the reception to open the Borough of Ealing Art Trail (BEAT) 2017 event. Behind Roz and Kitty readers can see the tapestries by Christine Eborall, woven in plastic packaging. 61 studios are open over the next 2 weekends, please check www.ealingbeat.org.uk for details about…

  • Gunnersbury Park Neighbours/Residents’ Meeting

    Residents living near Gunnersbury Park have set up the Gunnersbury Park Neighbourhood Association (GPNA). They have already started a petition requesting Hounslow Council to review the licence. You can see the petition HERE. There will be a residents’ meeting organised by the GPNA on Thursday, 21st September 2017 at 1930 at the Old Actonians Sports Club on…

  • EALING COMMON WALK – 16th September 2017

    Don’t miss this year’s very popular Ealing Common Walk, led by Ealing Common Society member Jennifer Shipside. Meet at the corner of Inglis Road and Hanger Lane, near the Iron Duke sculpture at 2.00pm on Saturday 16th September 2017.

  • London #MELA – Traffic Arrangements – this Sunday, 3rd September

    Local residents have contacted us to let us know of the communications letter sent to residents by the Mela event company except they forgot to inform local ward councillors. The bullet points from the notification are as follows: * The event’s PA system will be tested between 1600 and 1800 on Saturday, 2nd September. *…